Food Safety

You may already know that your burgers should be cooked to a higher tempurature than a steak or roast, but did you know that 160 is the optimal temperature for safe and savory ground beef?

Use an instant-read thermometer to verify cooking temperature.

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You can enjoy lean beef every day, follow a low saturated fat diet and meet the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendations. When included as part of a healthy diet, lean choices - such as Top Sirloin, Tenderloin, T-bone steak and 95% lean Ground Beef - can reduce risk of heart disease. In fact, 17 of the top 25 most popular fresh meat cuts sold at retail are lean. Just click here for more information.

 

Mediterranean Beef and Salad Pita

What is the Beef Checkoff?

Check out this video where Richard V. Nielson give background on his ranch and the benefits of the Beef Checkoff.

Find out what the Beef Checkoff does for you.

 




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Get the Skinny on Lean Beef

Did you know there are 29 cuts of beef that meet the government labeling guidelines for lean? Many are cuts you are probably already eating, such as flank steak, T-Bone steak, and sirloin steak.

Learn More about Lean Beef

Download your own 29 Lean Cuts Wallet Card

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